DIGITAL FOOD SAFETY, Radiation Nitrate Tester
(Alat uji test kandungan nitrat, radiasi untuk keamanan makanan)
For Food safety and environmental safety
Accuracy Nitrate level detection : Above 90%
Certified : WEEE Certified, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive, Conformité Européenne, LVD, EMC, China Quality Certification
To test dangerous nitrate content in meat and more than 50 types of fruit, vegetables as well as background radiation and radiation levels of particular object.
Calibrated through extensive testing
Our scientists developed the Greentest nitrate content protocols by using a mass spectrometer to determine nitrate levels in a large number of fruit and vegetable specimens.
A high degree of accuracy
How It Works :
3 seconds to check
Clean the Probe and turn
Choose the Category
How healthy are your fresh meat, fruit and vegetables?
Fertilizers that contain necessary elements for plant growth are used for cultivating fruits and vegetables.
However, misuse of production technology, usage of prohibited fertilizers, pesticides and chemicals,
as well as an increased level of fertilizer concentrations in the soil can all result in a serious damage to your health.
Of all the substances that are transferred to the soil from fertilizers, nitrates are one of the most harmful if consumed in excess
Continuous intake of food with a high nitrate content may lead to an elevated risk of serious diseases.
Nitrates in meat,fruit and vegetables: The risk to human health
Are you being exposed to dangerous agricultural chemicals? Many farmers apply too much fertilizer
This can result in unsafe levels of fruit nitrate and vegetable nitrate content. It’s especially dangerous to children
Most health conscious people know about the dangers of pesticides in fresh fruit and vegetables
Few are aware that fresh fruit and vegetables expose them to dangerous nitrates
It has long been established that excessive nitrates are harmful to health
Excessive nitrate consumption causes blue baby syndrome and adult methemoglobinemia.
Nitrates significantly increase the risk of diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease and certain types of cancer
Some researchers believe that the dramatic rise in cancer of the esophagus recorded over recent decades can be attributed to excessive nitrates in fruit and vegetables.